Vol. 2, no. 11 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Nov. 1892.
A Central Figure in the Land of His Birth A Subject That Never Tires A Unique Method of Congratulation A Musical Queen Uses the Phonograph A Rapid Court Reporter A Diploma and Medal Awarded the Edison Manufacturing Co. An Unbiased Opinion Authors and Publishers Chicago Firms Concede Supremacy to the Phonograph Difference in Sounds of Voices and Musical Instruments by Which We Distinguish Them Bernhardt Talks Into the Phonograph Experience Proves the Phonograph Invaluable Hints to Agents Official and Authentic Photographing Sound Vowels Phono Chat Reading Notices The Strangest Funeral Service Ever Heard Tender Memories The Phonograph in an Editor's Sanctum The Process of Making Musical Cylinders The Edison Phonograph in Medical Science Where the Phonograph Reigns Supreme
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Virginia H. McRae for the North American Phonograph Company between 1891 and 1893. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
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